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good morning. presidential defense. president trump speaking out about the controversy surrounding his phone calls to the family of a fallen soldier. and general john kelly's reaction. >> he couldn't believe it. actually, said to me, sir, this is not acceptable. >> the white house defending general kelly this morning for an inaccurate comment he made about the congresswoman who listened in to the president's phone call. this as new details are revealed about that deadly ambush in niger. we're live with the latest. bannon bashes bush. >> president trump to me embarrassed himself. he has no earthly idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president
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>> former trump adviser steve bannon going nuclear against the republican establishment once again. serial killer on the loose? police in tampa, florida, looking for this hooded figure, trying to figure out if he could be responsible for three separate murders in the past two weeks. residents on edge this morning. all that plus two more women come forward with accusations of sexual assault against movie mogul harvey wweinstein. an award in a johnson & johnson cancer case thrown out by a judge. seven heaven. the astros send the series to a seventh and deciding game after dominating the new york yankees last night. now, a trip to the world series is on the line today, saturday, october 21st, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with sheinelle
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dreyer, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm craig melvin. >> i'm sheinelle jones. dylan dreyer is here, as well, this morning. >> good morning. >> lots of folks talking about game seven. >> why do they have to play so late? so hard to stay awake for the games. >> yankees, astros, going to seven. last night, it was -- if you were a yankees fan, it was hard to watch it. they were dominated by the astros. we'll look at that in a moment. let's get right to our top story on a saturday morning. ptd truresident trump speakt over the controversy of a phone call he made to the family of a fallen soldier. it is the latest twist in what's been a week-long debate. kelly o'donnell is at the white house with more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig. the center of this story is not really at the white house today. as friends and family gather for the memorial of a fallen american soldier. for days, there has been
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intense political squabble over the right kinds of words and gestures appropriate to pay respects. a controversy president trump says he did not expect. >> i was very surprised to see this, to be honest with you. >> reporter: in a fox interview to air sunday, president trump defended himself and chief of staff general john kelly over the handling of a condolence call to the family of fallen soldier la david johnson. >> he was in the room when i made the call. >> reporter: saying it was not appropriate for frederica wilson, a johnson family friend, to listen in and comment on the president's words. >> he said, sir, this is not acceptable. i was so nice. >> reporter: kelly, who lost his son robert in afghanistan, mad n
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wilson on thursday, accusing her of self-promoting at an fbi building dedication. >> talked about how she was instrumental in getting the funding for that building. >> reporter: wilson had not boasted about funding. she talked about getting rushed approval to name the building after fbi agents killed on duty. >> i went to the speaker, and i said, mr. speaker, i need your help. the fii needs your help. >> reporter: president trump called wilson whacky in a tweet, and the press secretary pushed back at reporters who cited kelly's false claim. >> if you want to go after general kelly, that's up to you, but i think if you want to get into a debate with a four-star marine general, i think that that's something highly inappropriate. >> reporter: sarah sanders backed off the criticism, saying in a statement, of course, everyone can be questioned.
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the president's former chief strategist, steve bannon, who took what he called his civil war to the california state republican party convention late last night. he directed his fire toward former president george w. bush, after the 43rd president had, days ago, remarked about the, quote, casual cruelty in our public discourse. >> he embarrassed himself. speechwriter wrote a high speech, and it was clear he didn't understand what he was talking about, just like when he was president of the united states. >> reporter: bannonal also directed fire at john mccain, saying they are not properly and completely supporting president trump. >> kelly o'donnell for us at the white house this morning. thank you. steve kornacki is a political correspondent for nbc news and msnbc. good morning. >> morning. >> we'll get to the president's comments on the dacall in a moment.
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attacking two prominent republicans. former president bush and john mccain. what is behind this? then he's vowing a season of war against the establishment republicans. i mean, what's his goal and the potential impact of this so-called war? >> what steve bannon is trying to do to the republican party, senators, members of the house, governors, every elected official in the country, he's trying to make every elected official be a donald trump style republican. he's trying to continue the war the trump administration has launched, in addition to the republican party. so much of what he said last night would have been absolutely unthinkable in major politics a year or two years ago. think about that. he went after george w. bush. he went after john mccain. in the campaign, donald trump said george w bush lied us into iraq and john mccain wasn't a war hero. so many of these fights that are popping up right now are fighting that, in some way, we went through during the campaign. what donald trump established in the campaign, whatever anybody
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established during the campaign is it is possible to say those things and get elected president. bannon is saying, we can do more than president, we can change the republican party. >> let's go back to the controversy over the condolence calls to the family of fallen soldiers inhis country, a story that's dominated the headlines this week. president trump defending his alaskas in the tv interview that will air on sunday. congresswoman wilson playing the race card late yesterday, saying the white house is full of white supremacists. what's really happening here? i mean, is this an issue that's been politicized by both sides? >> well, remember, i said it feels like there are things that would never have been at issue in politics before the last year or two. this is another one. the death of an american hero, the death of a soldier, the president's response to this. i can't remember a time when something like this has been at issue in partisan politics, but i would say this is the trumpification of politics. he succeed
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own agenda, in getting the other side to respond, too, and escalate its own rhetoric. you have a situation where you have the congresswoman escalating what she said. white supremacists in the white house you mentioned. you have john kelly now involved. it escalated into this bigger, cultural brouhaha, which seems to be his approach to everything. >> steve kornacki, thank you. >> sure. many questions remain about what precisely happened on the deadly day in niger when four american soldiers were ambushed and killed. now, the fbi is getting involved in the investigation. nbc's pentagon correspondent hans nichols is following this part of the story. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, craig. as we learn more about this situation, officials at the pentagon caution that even investigators don't have all the facts. after being briefed by defense secretary jim mattis about the
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is bracing if for a new front in the fight against isis. >> we don't want the next 9/1 1 to come from niger. >> reporter: warning americans about the changing battlefield. >> the war is headed to africa. it is beginning to mormorph. as we suppress the enemy, they'll move. >> you can always improve on communication. that's exactly what we'll do. >> reporter: public explanations coming as the internal investigation gathers steam. the fbi lending forensic support, looking into how a team of well-trained special forces was ambushed, the pentagon says, by a group of 50 isis-linked fighters. military officials say special forces who were meeting with the brial elders before attack may have been delayed intentionally, allowing isis to attack. a senior aide tells nbc news that the ambush that killed
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part, from a, quote, massive intelligence failure. but the pentagon warns such conclusions are premature. there are urgent questions about why the team was exposed without drone support directly overhead. earlier this year, the u.s. commander for africa warned only 20% to 30% of his intelligence requirements were satisfied. >> it is very dangerous when you carry out any mission and you don't have extended eyes and ears around yourself or the human intelligence to determine when you've met a threat. >> reporter: sergeant johnson was mourned by his family. this morning, the "new york times" is reporting different accounts from the american soldiers and the nigerian soldiers. they're telling investigators different things on whether or not they gave chase to islamic extremi extremis. tryt that up. secretary mattis on the hill yesterday would
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president trump, rather, authorized this mission. talking to pentagon officials though, it is clear, this kind of mission would not require presidential authorization. craig? >> hans nichols for us in d.c., thank you. also this morning, a show of force from the u.s. against north korea. "uss ronald reagan" stationed at a port in south korea as a part of a joint exercise with the country. it comes a few days after north korea's latest threatening comments toward the u.s. keir simmons made it inside north korea for a rare look inside that country. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, guys. this weekend, the rhetoric from the capital of north korea, pyongyang, where i am, continues. they're complaining of the reckless moves by president trump, and warning if there is an attempt to topple the leadership of north korea, it will lead to a nuclear disaster. we came here to tryo
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koreans. while this is a country that frowns upon dissent, what we have found from most north koreans is they say while they want peace, they are ready for war, even a nuclear war with network. in terms of the questions of whether north korea might threaten the winter olympics, which are due to take place in south korea next year, we have asked them again and again whether the skaters who qualified for the games will actually compete. so far, there appears to be no decision on that. perhaps that will be an indication. of course, if north koreans were taking part in the games, it would seem less likely that a government here in pyongyang would threaten those very games. but we'll see. craig and sheinelle, back to you. >> thank you. meanwhile, back at home, a developing story down south, where police in florida are trying to figure out if a serial killer on the loos
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tampa in the past two weeks. police are working around the clock to catch their killer, or killers. kerry sanders has more. >> reporter: this morning, police asking for help in finding this person. a possible serial killer captured on surveillance camera, prowling the city streets. late this week, what could be victim number three. anthony, a 20-year-old with autism, shot dead on the street after he'd accidentally taken the wrong bus home from work. officers blanketing the area heard the shot, but the suspected gunman eluded capture. >> we still have no leads. we have no motive. >> reporter: his body was discovered near the home of the first victim. 22-year-old benjamin mitchell, who was shot and killed 11 days ago. less than 300 yards away. 32-year-old monica hoff's body was found in a vacant lot two days later. police do not believe the victims are lke
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searching for a motive. >> don't know what your problem is, but there's been enough carnage. you have severely affected some families. >> reporter: all three bodies were discovered within a one mile radius of the seminal heights neighborhood. residents have been warned to stay on alert. >> we do everything at night as a family in a group. >> reporter: detectives are turning to the public for tips. offering a $25,000 reward for the capture of the suspected serial killer. kerr ly sanders, miami. let's look at other stories making headlines this morning. investigation in munich this morning for a male suspect who went on a stabbing spree. five people suffered non-life threatening yinjuries. the motive is unclear. police have one man in custody but cannot confirm whether he is the attacker. a search mission is underway for a missing crew member in the g
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loaded with crude oil caught fire friday. officials say the barge carrying more than 130,000 barrels of oil was being pulled by a tugboat to a refinery in texas when it exploded. one crew member died. six remaining crew members were rescued without serious injuries. a major interstate highway reopened after a multi-vehicle car friday in chambers county, texas. rain and poor visibility caused around 25 vehicles to pile up like dominos. more than 30 people were injured but, thankfully, none of them seriously. it is one of the ultimate events in sports. a game seven in the playoffs. tonight, houston astros will face off against the new york yankees, each hoping to make it to the world series. last night, thanks to some big hits from altuve, and dominant pitching by verlander, the astros knocked off the yankees 7-1. even the american league championship series three games
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the home team has won every game in this series so far. tonight's winner will face the dodgers in the world series. tonight's game is in houston. >> game seven is always fun. >> hard to pull against this yankees team. >> it is. >> other teams in the past, it's been easy. >> yeah. they're a likable team this year. can i ask, whose tissue is this? >> my backup tissue. i haven't used it yet. >> you're both sick, and there are tissues laying around. >> this is unused. >> sound like my mom. >> legitimate concern. >> thank you. let's get to the weather. rain into the northwest. we're going to see several inches of rain, especially in and around seattle and along costal oregon, as well. with the atmospheric river of moisture, this is the setup we have. flood watches in oregon and we are going to see the poss libily of urban street flooding
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rain comes down heavy at times. wind will be a possibility. it'll be nasty through the weekend. the heaviest of the rain moves to the portland and eugene, and it'll dry up into sunday afternoon. for rainfall totals, look for two to three inches along the coast. that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. >> temperatures are in the 50s right now here inside the beltway. step outside the beltway, a little cooler with temperatures in the upper 30s to mid 40s. that's the range if you want to head out for some fitness today. temperatures will be in the 50s by 9:00. take them to the mid to upper 70s. we'll top out at 77 today, ten degrees above normal. another beautiful day. beautiful day tomorrow. temperatures in the upper 70s. next chance of rain for us will be tuesday. >> that's your latest forecast. >> thank you. two more women come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct and assault by movie mogul harvey weinstein
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is he facing the possibility of prosecution? a look at the download and the week's top stories, including the bull who made a run for it in the streets of new york city after escaping a slaughter house. fear not. this one has a happy ending. first, this is kw"today" on nbc.
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time now for the download, our look back at the week that was. >> the fire storm surrounding president trump's call to a fallen soldier's window dominated the headlines. there was also a meeting about kneeling for the national anthem to an overwhelming flood of accusations against harvey weinstein. new fallout this week for movie mogul harvey weinstein, accused of sexual misconduct with
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of women. >> harvey weinstein's attorney dodging the press. >> moments after weinstein was forced out of the company that bares his name, #metoo becoming a rallying cry against all sexual harassment and assault, after actress alisa ma la know ened oth encouredrs speak out. mckayla maroney came out with accusations of assault against her team doctor. she was a member of the fierce five in london, winning gold as part of the u.s. team. tuesday with a tweet that was stunning and erect, i was molested by dr. larry nasser, the team doctor for the u.s. team's national gymnastics team and olympic team. nfl players and owners sitting down face-to-face to discuss whether players should be forced to stand for the national anthem. >> for now, no change in the l nfl's policy. the league not seeking commitments from players to stop
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conversations. that's what we're having our players. a multi-state manhunt unfolded after a shooting spree in maryland and delaware. >> an accused killer is in custody. 37-year-old radee prince captured by atf agents in delaware. police say prince, described as a career criminal, shot five co-workers with a handgun at this maryland business park, killing thee and leaving two in critical condition. >> i have a 40-ish-year-old male with a gunshot to the head. >> after the shooting, prince fled to delaware, where he allegedly shot another person he knew at a used car lot. a dangerous stunt with a commercial airliner in berlin. >> an air berlin pilot has reportedly been suspended after this risky me. a-330 with 200 passengers on board, buzzing
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lo germany. race car drivers fighting on an indiana track. >> rivalry on the racetrack takes a nasty turn when one driver rams his car under the hood of another. ins instigating a brawl and r polictoftn th taser. a young bull escaped from a nearby slaughter house in brook li -- brooklyn. he was tranquilized and transferred to an animal sanctuary in new jersey. a girl who got a special surprise from her dad who has been in military training since august. >> press right here. >> hi, baby. i miss you. i can't wait for you to be in my arms again. i love you. >> oh, my gosh. that's daddy!
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oh! >> wow. >> first time i've seen that. >> that video gets better and better and better. >> that hug, oh, my gosh. >> genuine. >> priceless. >> oh, a build-a-bear. >> so cute. her daddy's voice. >> gets better and better. >> her reaction is so sweet. >> hopefully they can share this with him, so he can see that. >> how about the bull on the loose in the city? >> i love the fact he saved himself. >> yeah. >> don't want thim with the othr bulls. >> if you know he made it out -- >> was he a i lllowed to go bacd tell the bulls he made it out? >> word travels. >> he hasn't made it out. maybe we should try. still ahead, another record week for the markets. what does that mean for you? is it time to start investigating? stephanie ruhle is here with answers on that. can you leave vegetables in
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>> yes. >> a surprising report on how long food should stay frozen. later, why the cia is tweeting about kicking out one of its newest recruits. first, these messages.
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>> announcer: this is the "news 4 today" news break. >> good morning. 7:26 on this saturday, october 21st. i'm david culver. let's get you a check of the headlines. prince george's county police are investigating an early morning homicide. they found a man shot near sheraton and 20th avenue at 2:30 this morning. we're working to get more details. as soon as we get the information, we'll pass it along. switching gears now to the marine corps marathon. a big weekend around here, folks. we have the kid run this morning. the kids course is a one-mile loop at the pentagon north parking lot in arlington. chuck bell is emceeing the event. tomorrow is the marine corps marathon itself. you can look at
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washington app if you want details about road closures and the race day schedule. a lot of information for you to check out. we'll have a check on the race weekend forecast with lauryn ricketts coming up.
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a lot of you are maybe in town to ensqujoy some of the ma outdoor events we have going on. lauryn ricketts tracking the forecast. will it shape up pretty nice? >> it'll be a beautiful day, david. it is already gorgeous outside. temperatures in the 40 ss and 5. sunrise at 7:24, a few minutes ago. the marathon run looking good. kids run. the best buddies walk, one of my favorite things, down on the mall this morning. gorgeous for that. your ten-day forecast. next chance of rain is not until tuesday. running the marine corps marathon tomorrow starting in the 60s, ending in the 70s. a beautiful day until tuesday he
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headed our way. >> some of the runners have to shed as they run. we'll have much more on your weather and breaking news in 25 minutes. for now, back to the "today" show. we're back on this saturday morning, october 21st, 2017. >> let's start this half hour with a check of the headlines. starting with president trump talking about the military condolence controversy. not backing down. president trump defending himself and chief of staff general john kelly, over the handling of a condolence call to the family of a fallen army sergeant, la david johnson, and the criticism that followed. >> he was so offended because he was in the room when i made the call. bashing bush. former top trump adviser steve bannon slamming former president george w. bush at a republican party gathering in southern california. >> no earthly idea whether he is coming or going, just like it was when he was pr
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>> no matter, no light. >> puerto rico still reeli inin after hurricane maria. 80% of the island with no power. 30% with no drinking water. >> hard to see people that lost everything. >> reporter: taking a knee. ♪ of the brave >> justine sky kneels while singing the national anthem at the brooklyn nets homeowner. ring of hope. a couple returns to their burned down home to find a treasure that survived the blaze. their engagement ring. >> it was a little bit of hope. >> saturday, october 21st, 2017. so many people lost so much out in california. not a lot of stories with happy endings there. good to see that one. also new this morning, the accusations against harvey weinstein. two more actresses coming forward with horror
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this morning, we're learning the los angeles police department investigating at least one of those serious allegations. nbc's steve patterson has the latest. >> reporter: harvey weinstein's latest accuser, emotionally detailing yet another hollywood horror story involving the media mogul. >> i felt so powerless. because he is, after all, very powerful. >> reporter: friday, former actress heather kerr alleged weinstein forced her to touch his genitals during a casting meeting in the late '80s. he told me that this was how things worked in hollywood. and that all of the actresses that had made it had made it this way. >> reporter: kerr's account adds to reports of more than 60 women accusing weinstein of everything from sexual harassment to rape. shortly after kerr's announcement, the attorney for an italian actress and model reasserted claims his client was raped four years ago inside this v
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>> what she explained to them in graphic detail, it is my understanding that that caused lapd to open up a criminal investigation for sexual assault and rape. >> reporter: several sources tell nbc news, the unidentified woman met with lapd detectives for more than two hours thursday, saying weinstein knocked on her door uninvited, dragged her into the bathroom and raped her. >> she had no idea what was coming. her greatest regret is opening that door. >> reporter: weinstein is maintaining his innocence. his spokesperson releasing a statement saying, in part, any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by mr. weinstein. meanwhile, academy award of winning actress lou pita nyongo said she panicked when weinstein offered to give
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she gave him a massage instead, to be in charge physically. many accusations all aimed at the same man. steve patterson, nbc news, hollywood. >> lisa green is an attorney and legal analyst. good morning to you. let's start with the italian actress and model who claims she was rape d in 2013. tbrgs the women who claim weinstein raped them to six. is. >> no question the criminal charges, especially given the ability women now have to come forward with older claims, in places like new york, california and london, makes things significantly more serious for him. >> are these accusation hard to prove? i mean, is he he said/she said, essentially? >> typically the easiest rape charges to bring to conviction is strangers, and weinstein has
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the severity of the charges and the willingness of women now to come forward, serious issues for him. >> we talked about the potential criminal charges. civil charges here, potential civil suits, the likelihood of that at this point? >> they're easier to bring. the burden of proof is lower. something to look for is the possibility the employees may decide to forego their non-disclosure agreements and talk about what happens inside the company. that would allow for other civil claims. >> what happens next, if your opinion, from the legal perfe perspecti perspe t'? wor m not be at the end of the number of women who come forward, so you could expect to hear more claims. watch what happens at the company and harvey weinstein has a lot of lawyering up to do. >> thank you for the insight. >> thank you. dylan has another check of the weather. dylan? >> hey, guys. we do have a chance of stronger storms today ahead of this cold front that's going to move through the southern plains and into parts of the midwest. they'll fire up later this
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from minneapolis, st. paul, oklahoma city. it is really oklahoma, southeastern kansas, where we could see the strongest storms. into sunday, the storms weaken a bit but they move into the chicago and st. louis area, down to little rock, as well. so today, again, i mentioned oklahoma. that's where we could see strongest storms, damaging wind and hail will be the biggest threat with these storms. that extends to parts of southeastern kansas, as well. as for rainfall, again, we're not looking at a whole lot of rain through the southern plane -- plains, but tomorrow and monday, areas like tennessee and alabama, we could end up with two to three inches of rain. that's a look at the weather across the could your honntry. pe y window. >> it is chilly now but it'll be warm by the afternoon. temperatures from the upper 30s to lower 50s at this point. maybe headed to the vineyards or maybe headed out for the day. temperature all throughout the region is nice. make sure you grab the
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today and through the afternoon. we will remain dry this afternoon. temperatures topping out in the mid to upper 70s today. you'll probably need to grab the light jacket, as temperatures slip to the 50s. next chance of rain not until tuesday. >> that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. still to come, ed sheeran opens up about his battle with substance abuse and how his music and girl friend help eed save him. up nooext, stephanie ruhle joins us to talk about wall street and whether it is too late to get in on all the action. that's right after this. leap over look. now over later. and pause. not even in your vocabulary. so when a cold sore tingle strikes you act on it. only abreva can heal a cold sore in as little as two and a half days when used at the first sign. it starts to work immediately to block the virus and protect healthy cells. nothing heals a cold sore faster. and because abreva acts on it... you can too.
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market now, or am i too late to the party? our friend stephanie ruhle, former investment banker, is here to break it all down. good to see you. >> morning. i also like parties. i mike marklike markets a parti >> first of all, what is driving this rally? >> the rally didn't start when president trump won and, granted, we've seen a real trump bump, the promise of deregulation and tax reform, but this rally has been going on since 2009. it's largely in part to low interest rates. low interest rates around the world. when interest rates are low, companies can borrow, they're flexible, they can hire. so you're seeing this steady climb over time. that's been a really big positive. >> it is interesting to note, about half of americans don't have any investments. let's say someone is at home, they have $1,000 to invest. that's it. what would you say they should do? are there easy ways to get started? >> it is important to note. when you say the economy is doing great, look at the stock market, half
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can't time the market, you can't choose the bottoms or the highs. even professional investors can't. if you want to get in, start easy. blue chips, for example. if you take the dow jones industrial average, you have 30 big stocks out there. why are they called blue chips? based on their reputation, their history, their past profitability. now, past profitability does not guarantee future returns, but you know it is a safer bet. they've done well in the past. that's the way to dip your toe in if you want to buy an individual stock. if you want to go broader than that, a safer bet, mutual funds. it is a portfolio. a bunch of different names, kind of tipping your toe in. then you have a professional investor running that mutual fund and you have to pay a fee. you have to make sure that's not some huge fee that's going to eat up your profit. then your third option would be an index. in that, you're basically making an entire bet on the economy. you're buying the s&p. you're buying the dow
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bet the market is going to go up. now, remember, any investment you could absolutely lose. you cannot walk in saying, i know i'm going to do well. you need patience. if you lose money and you do sell, and sell before the year is out, and you sell below where you bought the stock, you get to write that off. >> at this point, a lot of folks have suggested that perhaps a number of these stocks are ov overpriced. of course, i think this was the week that marked the 30th anniversary of the '87 crash. are we headed, perhaps, for another course correction? >> there could be a correction. as it relates to the crash that we saw all those years ago, that is what you call a black swan. that is a one off event. even since then, now there are circuit breakers in the market. so if there is an extreme drop, the regulators turn the machines off and say, let's slow down. even when that crash happened, or
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patience heals all wounds. by the end of the year, things actually went up in both of those cases. but if you want to know if we'll have a correction now, hard to tell. what you want to do is look at the overall market and say, there are ten sectors. of the ten sectors, what has out performed the market? things like health care have. things like hot, hot areas. if you say that's out performed the market, if i chase it, that could be a mistake for me. why don't you look for things that under performed the market? if you look at the bottom sectors, really study them. if there is a wave and they catch up, you might want to ride those. >> thank you. where were you in my econ class? college? that was good. you can watch her on msnbc at 9:00 a.m. eastern. dylan, what's next? >> the recruit for showing zero interest in doing a good job. why is the country's
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playing with her new friend harry and sniffing out rabbits and squirrels in the backyard. glad the cia didn't keep this under wraps. >> i know who can finish at the top of the class. >> who? >> charlie. >> yes. julia louis-dreyfus opening up about her cancer treatment and how she is doing. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> announcer: this is a "news 4 today" news break. >> hi there. good morning. time is 7:56 on this saturday, october 21st. i'm david culver. let get a check of the headlines. prince george's county police investigating an early morning
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homicide. investigators say they found a man who had been shot around 2:30 this morning in hyatts ville near sheraton street and 27th avenue. as soon as we get suspect information, we'll pass it a long. the marathon corps kids run is this morning in arlington. our own chuck bell is emceeing the event. tomorrow is the marine corps marathon. the race, 26.2 mills. our app has the race day schedule and road closures. we'll check in with lauryn ricketts for the forecast after this. ralph northam: i'm ralph northam and as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting
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with so much going on outdoors this weekend, lauryn ricketts, you're tracking it from the storm team 4 weather center. going to cooperate? >> the average temperature going the upper 60s, and we'll be ten degrees above that. right now, temperatures from the lower 40s to the mid 50s. beautiful sun rise. the kids run is looking good. howard homecoming, good weekend for that. usually rain for that. buddies walk, one of my favorite events. 70s today. 70s tomorrow, as well. ten we'll look at rain chances
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david? >> ricketts, thanks. you, me and angie back in 30 minutes with all your news and weather. for now, back to the "today" show. good morning. presidential defense. president trump speak out overnight about the criticism he and general john kelly have received over the president's handling of a condolence call to the family of a fallen soldier, la david johnson. >> i was very surprised to see this, to be honest with you. >> this as the white house defends general kelly for an inaccurate comment he made about the congresswoman who listened in to the president's phone call. bannon bashes bush. former white house strategist steve bannon unleashes a fury of attacks against former president george w. bush for comments he made earlier this week. >> he embarrassed himself. he has no earthly idea whether he is coming
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when he was president of the united states. astros rally in game seven of the american league championship series, beating the yankees to tie the series. now it comes down to game seven with the world series at stake, today, saturday, october 21st, 2017. >> i'm turning 10 and i'm on the "today" show. >> what are you doing in new york? >> girls trip for mom's birthday! >> celebrating friendship over here. >> friends for 57 years. >> first time in new york. what's your favorite part? >> seeing "aladdin" and being on the "today" show. >> hello to midland, texas. >> another girls trip. where are you from? >> north carolina! ♪ i'm the only one you wait for ♪ >> great crowd out here this morning. welcome back to "today" on a saturday in
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impressed by the quality of some of the signs. >> they are really good signs. >> some of these folks start working on their signs weeks in advance. >> like this beautiful little girl. >> 10th birthday sign, quality sign. >> welcome to new york city and thank you for stopping by. >> a lot to get to this morning in the final half hour. let's start with today's news. >> reporter: i'm kelly o'donnell at the white house where president trump now says he was caught off guard by criticism of his condolence call to the family of a soldier killed in action. sergeant johnson's memorial is today. days after a very public quarrel between a congresswoman and the chief of staff. a controversy president trump says he did not expect. >> i was very surprised to see this, to be honest with you. >> reporter: in a new fox business interview to air sunday, president trump defended himself and chief ota
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handling of a condolence call to the family of fallen army sergeant la david joso was offended because he was in the room when i made the call. >> reporter: kelly argued it is not appropriate for florida congresswoman frederica wilson, a johnson family friend, to listen in on the president's phone call. >> he actually couldn't believe it. he said to me, sir, this is not acceptable. >> reporter: but kelly, who lost his son robert in afghanistan, made an inaccurate charge against wilson thursday, accusing her of self-promoting at a 2015 fbi building dedication. >> talked about how she was instrumental in getting the funding for that building. >> reporter: but wilson had not boasted about funding. she talked about getting rushed approval to name the building after fbi agents killed on duty. >> mr. speaker, i need your help. the fii needs your help. >> reporter: the press secretary pushed back at reporters who
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cited kelly's false claim. >> if you want to get into a debate with a four-star marine general, i think that that's something highly inappropriate. >> reporter: sarah sanders later backed off that criticism, saying in a statement, of course, everyone can be questioned. heated rhetoric of a different kind came last night from the president's former chief strategist steveann. eangn forn, direc he former president george w. bush who, this week, spoke out against nationalism and bigotry. >> president bush to me embarrassed himself. speechwriter wrote a high falutant speech. it was clear he didn't understand what he was talk about, just like when he was president of the united states. >> reporter: many viewed his criticism of the rhetoric and casual cruelty, as he talked it, as a rebuke of preside
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house, thank you. the fbi is getting involved in the investigation into that deadly attack in niger that left those four american soldiers dead. the fbi is lending forensic support to find out how a team of well-trained special forces was ambushed by what the pentagon describes as a group of 50 isis-linked fighters. the funeral for 25-year-old army sergeant la david johnson is being held this morning in florida. an investigation is underway in munich, germany, for a man who went on a stabbing spree. five people were injured in the attack. the motive is not known. police have one man in custody but cannot confirm whether he is the attacker. a los angeles judge tossed out a $417 million award against johnson & johnson, granting that company's request for a new trial. citing errors and misconduct in the last one. the award was originally won two months ago by a
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claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using the company's talc-based baby powder every day since the 1950s. well, that woman has since passed away. her attorney says they will appeal the decision. a sweet gesture from dwight howard last night. he picked up his fifth foul late in the game. rather than complaining to the refs, he gave him a kiss on the head instead. playing against the team that traded him away, he helped them dominate the hawks. >> after that, the referee gave him a technical foul. no, that didn't happen. dylan dreyer stayed out on the plaza and has the final check of the weather on this saturday. >> i love this little girl on the plaza. we were talking. you went to "aladdin" last night and now you're at the "today" show. first time in new york. what else will you do today? >> going to the museum of national history. >> so much fun. anybody back home you want to say hi to? >> jasmine and laila.
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house. >> i hope they're watching. the list goes on and on, right? so nice to have you here. let's look at the weather going on across the country. it is going to be a nice warm day for the eastern half of the country. temperatures above average thanks to this ridge in the jet stream. warm temperatures for fall. charlotte, 79. memphis, 82. new york city, we're going to top out at 76. mid 80s down south. on sunday, temperatures in the 70s and 80s. it is going to start to cool dune behind a front that is going to produce stronger storms through the midwest. by tuesday in chicago, it drops to 52. feeling more like fall. in philly, even next week, mid 60s on wednesday. still above average. it is going to cool off but still not too bad. elsewhere, we are look at the chance of stronger storms today, especially down through oklahoma, where we could see damaging winds and large hail. that's a look at the weather across the country. now here's a peek out your window. >> temperatures right now t
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a little chilly once you're outside the beltway. plenty of sunshine by 11:00, temperatures in the upper 60s. we're in the low 70s after the lunch hour. plenty of sunshine today. last weekend for the renaissance festival. a perfect weekend to get out there. we will continue to see the bees with the meat, especially with the sunshine. upper 70s today. next chance of rain is not until tuesday. temperatures drop after that. >> that's your latest forecast. sheinelle and craig? >> thank you. still ahead, a new report about how long certain foods can be kept frozen that might send you to your freezer to double check the labels. ed sheeran on his battle with substance abuse and what finally helped him get clean. that's after these messages.
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we're back on a saturday morning. it is time to trend. this is a good one today. >> i'm interested in this. >> i used to do a segment, news you can use. i feel like this would go with that. >> when sheinelle starts moving, it's going to be good. >> have you put food in the freezerndort ouit? before you pull it out to eat months later, it may have expired. guidelines released by the good housing institute released how good your food stays in the freezer. frozen beef and chicken, four to six months. >> i can see that. >> frozen fruit lasts longer, six to eight months. >> okay. >> i have fruit in the freezer longer than that. frozen veg tgieveggies, 10 to 1. grab your spoon sooner rather than later for ice
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months. >> if it lasts that long. >> frostbitten. >> true. >> exactly. >> one tip if you can't remember when you put food in the freezer, label it with a dated sticker. >> i want to know how long it is left in the freezer. >> you're organized. >> she has perfectly little lined bags. everything is so perfect. >> i'm not organized. i happen -- >> how? >> i make calvin his food, which you do, as well. >> i do. >> not for calvin. you make your own kids. i put them in ziploc bags, labeled with what they are. otherwise, it is a blob of frozen -- >> she has a bit more time because she has the one child and you have seven. >> yeah. >> i open the fridge and everything falls out. >> kids are coming out the freezer. >> you're making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. >> that is true. >> pop start now. >> we are starting with ed sheeran. the musician is getting ca,
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struggle with substance abuse. during a stop at a british talk show, sheeran talked about the dark side of fame and how it affected him, saying in part, all of the pitfalls people read about, i found myself slipping into all of them, mostly like substance abuse. it starts off at a party when you're doing it on your own and it's not. that was the wakeup call in taking a year off. sheeran credits his girlfriend and work with getting him back on the right path. happy to hear that. julia louis-dreyfus revealed the devastating news of her breast cancer diagnosis. she captured this, chemo number 2. i've got the eye of the tiger, the fighter dancing through the fire, because i am a champion and you're going to hear me roar, quoting katy perry. she thanks her co stars for
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inspirations. the 66-year-old is already back at work. finally, surprising ranking of hollywood's most profitable stars. analy analysts studied box office data from 1980 to 2017, looking for the best return on investment of male actors who starred in at least ten films during that time. >> goodness. >> why not? the results might not be what you expect. coming in at number five is dudley moore. four, tyler perry. three, bechamel gibson. the top -- >> the rock? >> emilio estevez. the worst return, equally surprising, brad pitt. he returns only 10 cents for every dollar spent. >> really? >> surprised the rock isn't on the list. >> started in the '80. >> i think in the '80s, they didn't pay actors asch
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they'd rake in a lot of money over time. >> i would not have guessed emilio in number one. >> thank you for that. news we can use. >> we'll talk about that all day. along with the organized freezer. >> little labels and everything. ahead, the amazing piece of history as the last-known letter written aboard the titanic goes on the action block. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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for taking this seriously, and for making this a priority, for all of the victims out there. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad. an incredible piece of histor it is an incredible story of history. >> this morning, a letter written from a passenger of the titanic. >> it is going up on the auction block. lucy has more on this one. >> good morning. this is an incredible piece of history. we've seen letters t
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survivors. but this is the only known letter to have actually gone down into the atlantic in the pocketbook of one of the victims. somehow, it survive ed in tact. >> iceberg ahead. >> reporter: it's not just the stuff of hollywood. 105 years ago, a nautical nightmare turned ship of dreams into a tragic legend. more than 1,500 people drowned in the frigid north atlantic when the titanic, considered unsinkable, sank. for more than a century, many of the belongings of the passengers and crew sat on the ocean floor. today, the world is getting its first look it a rare and haunting letter, recovered from the body of one of the ship's victims. >> this is the only letter written on titanic stationary to have gone into the water and survived, hence the water damage. >> reporter: it was written by first class passenger alexander
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holverson to his mother. if all goes well, we will arrive in new york on wednesday, not realizing the titanic's maiden voyage would be its last. holverson and his wife, mary, were on the vacation of a lifetime. setting sale intiai ttion thth. he describes the ship as giant in size, a palatial hotel. the food and music is excellent. he also wrote about the titanic's most famous and richest passenger, john jacob aster. he looks like any other human being, though he has millions in money. mary survived the disaster. he did not. a piece of history up for grabs. what's really amazing is the letter
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to holverson's mother in minnesota. it remained in the family for years. in a few hours, it'll have a lucky and probably wealthy new owner. >> we were talking about the quality of the letter. amazing it is still in good condition, too. >> it is. it really is. >> lucy, thank you. >> i'm struck even by the penmanship. >> penmanship isn't going anywhere. >> look at that. that'll do it for us on this saturday morning. tomorrow on "sunday today," willie goes on a 180-mile-per-hour ride with dale earnhardt jr. for a conversation about his career and the day his father died on the track. >> willie looked scared in the car. >> looked it. >> enjoy your day and have a wonderful weekend, everybody. the thing that's really important to dentists is to make sure that that enamel stays strong and resilient for a lifetime the more that we can strengthen and re-harden that tooth surface,
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good saturday morning. i'm david culver. >> i'm angie goff. we are trking breaking news on the arlington memorial bridge. >> both lanes are shut down after a person got hit by a car. we have derrick ward heading there. we'll join us live with updates. of course, we are taking a look at this beautiful morning out there so far. temperatures are going to continue to rise. in fact, we're going to be in the upper 70s by the time we head into the afternoon. more details to come on the forecast, including when we can see rain. all coming up in a few minutes. the marine corps marathon event kicking off with fun for the kids. we'll fill you in on the weekend's traffic warnings. bringing church to a brew house. this is your service,
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why a congregation is meeting over beers to bring people together. >> cheers and congregation. >> i guess you can't participate in that right now, but in a few months. >> exactly. all that and more. actually, we're going to fire up our facebook live around the half hour mark, 9:00. join us then. >> we're back on air in about 60 seconds. stay tuned.
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"news 4 today" starts now. >> saturday, october 21st, 2017. good morning. i'm david culver. >> i'm angie goff. it is only 8:30. already shaping up to be a busy saturday morning. we are going to tell you what is happening on the roadways and in your community in just a moment. we do have breaking news we're following. >> before we get to that, we have so much going on outdoors this weekend. a lot of folks in town for races and runs and all of that and more. we have lauryn ricketts tracking the forecast. going
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>> it's going to be beautiful out there. average temperature for this time of year, in the upper 60s. we'll pass that not only today but also tomorrow. it is a beautiful morning out there right now. the sun came up at 7:24. just a look at the national harbor. the wheel was spinning earlier this morning but not anymore. you can see the blue skies right behind it. 54 degrees is our temperature right now. we'll continue to take it up a few more degrees by the top of the 9:00. by 11:00, already in the upper 60s. right after lunchtime, we're in the low 70s. couple things we're going to be talking about. keeping it warm. we do have some rain. much-needed rain coming our way. and we also have a return to cooler temperatures. it is october 21st. when is it going to feel like fall finally? we'll talk about that in 15 minutes. >> lauryn, we'll check in then. time now, 8:30. we want to revisit our breaking news. this is something that could impact you with plans in and around the d.c.


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